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Students of all races feel safer in ethnically diverse middle schools, UCLA study says

20:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | AAAS

(University of California - Los Angeles) Middle school students -- African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans and Caucasians -- felt safer and less bullied, reported more tolerance and less prejudice toward students of other ethnicities and believed teachers treated all students more fairly and equally in more diverse schools, UCLA researchers report today in the journal Child Development.

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